Hammers set to lose £11M on disgruntled player


Hammers set to lose £11M on Cornet

Multiple news reports suggest that West Ham winger Maxwel Cornet could depart the club in January for as little as £6 million. This would signify a loss of £11 million over an 18-month period, which, whilst not a major setback, adds to West Ham’s questionable trading history.

The club incurred substantial losses, exceeding £30 million on the unsuccessful transfer of Felipe Anderson, with both Sebastien Haller and Nikola Vlasic resulting in £20 million losses each.

Hammers are set to lose £11M on Maxwel Cornet

Hammers set to lose £11M on Cornet

The fortunate recipients of West Ham’s Black Friday player offer for Cornet could be Turkish team Fenerbahçe. They value the Ivorian at a third of his market value last year, and this valuation seems justified as he has seen minimal playing time.

Cornet’s lack of action for West Ham has led to his exclusion from his national team, a significant source of frustration for the player, especially considering Ivory Coast is hosting the African Cup of Nations in January.

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  • West Aussie Hammer 1 says:

    I feel sorry for Cornet, have had hardly been given any time to show what he can do and get any game rhythm.
    This is another wasted player under Moyes

  • Captrick says:

    If he’s not in the national team, he would be worth keeping till the summer as cover for the others who will be at AFCON

  • johnham1 says:

    Heading should read west ham lose another 11m due to Moyes misuse of players.

  • Pav says:

    Hugh do you have any background info as to why Moyes doesn’t fancy him at all? He chucked him on for 5 mins in Europa and he puts in a great cross to win the game. Never to be seen again as usual when players are apparently tired/ill. Seems a bit personal to me, the guy clearly has ability

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